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Video: Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope confirmed and coming to Switch 2022

Ubisoft has confirmed what we knew earlier today and that is that a new Mario + Rabbids game is coming to the Nintendo Switch next year and it is titled Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope. Ubisoft says that the new game in the series will offer players a more accessible challenge than that found in the first game, but those of you who are experienced with strategic games will be offered a much deeper challenge with far more depth. Some of the characters shown off for Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope are Rabbid Lumas, and Rabbid Rosalina. with many more to be unveiled nearer the time. Check out the official trailer for the 2022 title from Ubisoft below.

Team up with Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Rabbid Peach, Rabbid Luigi, and their friends on a galactic journey to defeat a malevolent entity and save your Spark companions. Explore planets throughout the galaxy as you uncover mysterious secrets and compelling quests!”

  • Build your dream team with three heroes from an eclectic roster of nine.
  • Take down all new bosses, along with some familiar enemies throughout the galaxy. 
  • Rescue the adorable Sparks throughout the galaxy, who provide distinct powers that will help you in battle. 
  • Unleash your heroes’ skills but be strategic as you dash your enemies, team jump on your allies, and hide behind covers.

23 comments

  1. Didn’t finish the original because I got stuck on one of the boss fights but I like the open world mechanics and enemy encounters /RPG stuff they added.
    I prefer that to linear courses / stages. Definitely interested to see more.

    1. A sequel 5 years apart(Mario+Rabbids) is a lot better than 17 years apart(Metroid Prime 4).
      Nice to know what developers are working vs not doing a damn thing after a game is finished.

      1. You do know game devs gotta work for a living right? They can’t just make a game, forever get money from it’s sales, and retire early. They don’t get paid like that.

        1. Developers dont get a percentage off a game they just put on sale? How do developers get paid? Ii thought theynearn revenue per unit sold at Best Buy, Gamestop and Target

          1. Nah, the profit over time always goes to the company’s coffers. A small, self-published indie game might go straight to the devs over time.

            I’m going to imagine a lot of Nintendo developers goes into R&D, more or less. There’s probably a lot of ideas and tech demos that never get a greenlight.

        2. Don’t talk to gruntilda about game development because she definitely does know how it work, it didn’t even take them 17 years to work on Metroid prime 4

          1. I didnt say it took 17 years to work on Metroid Prime 4. I was comparing the gap in years between Mario-Rabbids and Metroid Prime 3 to their sequels that follows. Thefore the developers of Ubisoft obviously worked on the next software as Retro didnt.

            1. I do agree with you about that Grunty, I knew that.

              Sometimes Nintendo does that to some of their games but not all of them like Zelda.

              They’ll work on a sequel sooner rather than later.

            2. My bad than my point still stands tho I suggest you look more into how game development works though, after a game is made devs usually don’t sit around they go and work on other projects.

  2. Ubisoft will not get my money if watch dogs and splinter cell are not on Nintendo switch.

  3. the date 2022 makes me think that switch pro is gonna be released on that year too along with zelda breath of the wild 2 splatoon 3 kind of recreating the first switch line up of 2017.. which also makes me sad and wonder what big things are we having this year ? hopefully nintendo e3 direct this tuesday prove me wrong and show me big stuff for this year..

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